template code

template code

Pseudocode generated by an automated CASE system and requiring further hand-coding before compilation.
This article is provided by FOLDOC - Free Online Dictionary of Computing (foldoc.org)
References in periodicals archive ?
Advanced users have the option to edit all aspects of template code and projects can be handed off to developers for more advanced customization in the form of a web link.
* Each dynamic region is replaced with two control-flow subgraphs, the set-up code, which contains the static computations, and the template code, which contains the dynamic computations.
DyC relies on this static scheduling of the template code for creating good-quality dynamically generated code and performs no instruction scheduling during dynamic compilation.
* Finally, the custom dynamic compiler for each dynamic region is completed by assembling the instructions from the template code and then inserting emit code sequences [Leone and Lee 1995] into corresponding locations in the set-up code.
Section 4.3.3 focuses on an additional overhead of dynamic compilation, patching template code holes with run-time-constant values.
The set-up code stores each computed run-time constant into the table, and the template code loads it from the table into a temporary register.
For the software professional, an Application Foundation Template (AFT) contains a superset of the components, objects, and general functionality typically required to build an application--and offers the benefits of template code re-usability, ease of maintenance, and easy access to metadata.
Reducing that template code by data compaction has a number of advantages, including the speeding up of operational throughput.
The Tote's website totesport.com is carrying a help section, where the full betting template codes are available, and everyone who registers will also receive an explanatory booklet.